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Welcome To DMCRacePromotions.com
We are Northern Ireland's premier Short Oval Motor Racing promotion, bringing you the very best in Stock Car, Hot Rod and Banger racing since 2003. We promote top flight race meetings at both Tullyroan Oval near Dungannon and Aghadowey Oval near Coleraine. From the high speed, high octane National Hot Rods, to the thrill a minute wreck 'em racing of the National Bangers, DMC Race Promotions have something for everyone, from the serious motorsport enthusiast to the family looking for a day out with a difference.

Coming Fixtures
Aghadowey Oval
22/7/2017 @ 4.30pm

Summer Speedweekend!
2.0 Hot Rods 2017 Championship of the World Qualifying
Lightning Rods 2017 European Championship
Ninja Karts 2017 National Championship
ProStocks 2017 Irish Open Championship Qualifying

plus Stock Rods

Tullyroan Oval
23/7/2017 @ 1pm

2.0 Hot Rods 2017 Championship of the World
& 2017 Irish Open Championship
Lightning Rods 2017 Irish Open Championship
Ninja Karts 2017 Irish Open Championship
ProStocks 2017 Irish Open Championship & DMC Gold Cup
1300 Stock Cars 2017 Irish Masters

Tullyroan Oval
30/7/2017 @ 2pm

2L Non Mondeo National Bangers 2017 King of Krash
Superstox 'The Moffett Shield 2017'
presented by The Moffett Family
Classic Hot Rods Dilly Roofing Supplies Northern Ireland Series Round 5
Rookie Bangers 2017 Ulster Open Championship
Junior Productions 2ke Engineering Young Guns Series Round 2


 

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DMC Race Promotions are gearing up for their biggest event of the season when the prestigious Clive Richardson Ltd 2 Litre Hot Rods Championship of the World is staged on over the weekend of July 22nd & 23. The qualifying heats will take place at Aghadowey Oval on Saturday, with the action switching to Tullyroan Oval on Sunday for the all important World Final.

A full 36 car entry of the best racers in the business will contest the World Final, and the local drivers, led by Antrim's European Champion Stephen Emerson, will be hopeful of keeping the coveted gold roof on home soil. Portadown drivers Feargal McNally, Ryan McClure and Aaron Beattie have all shown good form so far in 2017 and will harbour hopes of a big win, whilst Ballygawley's Adam Best will be keen to improve on his recent runner up slot in the National Championship in Ipswich.

British and National Champion William Hardie from Scotland leads the visiting challenge, and he is sure to be a big favourite having had a superb season so far. Former National Champion Gavin Botfield from Hampshire leads the English Challenge which numbers twelve drivers, including Dave Leech, George Turiccki, Alex Crane and Luke Stonehouse. Close, competitive action is guaranteed as the drivers race in the Aghadowey heats to determine the grid for the all important World Championship Final at Tullyroan.

There is also a full programme of championship racing over the two days, with the all action Lightning Rods contesting both the Corry Car Sales European and Irish Open Championships. Recently crowned World Champion Aaron Stewart from Aghadowey will be keen to continue his winning streak, but will face stiff opposition from Portadown ace Jordan Rochford, Irish Champion Richard Stewart and Portadown's former World Champion Scott Cochrane. A strong English challenge will be led by London's defending European Champion Roger Dormer, Essex based National Champion Ben Murray and Norfolk star Ben Furness.

The young 6-11 year old stars in the Ninja Karts will contest both the LJN Motorsport National and Irish Open Championships over the weekend. Portadown's Daniel Stewart recently took a big win in the Stars of the Future event at the Ipswich Spedeweekend and he will be keen to take more glory. Limavady's Irish Champion Stewart Hanna, Ballymena's Aaron Ward and Crumlin's Corey Stirling will be aiming to grab the honours too. European and British Champion Robbie Armit from Scotland leads the visiting challenge, alongside Scottish Champion Charlie Hardie. Josh and Toby Parfitt will make the long trek from England to chase the silverware too.

Also in action across the weekend will be the ProStocks in their Irish Open Championship, the 1300 Stock Cars Irish Masters (Sunday only) and Stock Rods (Saturday Only).

The action commences at Aghadowey Oval on Saturday 22nd July at 4.30pm, with day two continuing at Tullyroan Oval on Sunday from 1pm.


Booking Lists for Major Championship Races:
2.0 Hot Rods 2017 Championship of the World, sponsored by Clive Richardson Ltd
8 Damon Wellman England
9 Glenn Bell DMC
11 Alex Crane England
14 Lee Carlin England
26 Jock Campbell Scotland
34 Thomas Morrison DMC
55 Brian Cherry DMC
58 Alex Wilson Scotland
63 Jackie Christie DMC
71 Gordon Alexander Scotland
72 William Hardie Scotland
91 Aaron Beattie DMC
93 Nick Ross England
133 Robert Gamble England
147 Gerry Hendry Scotland
186 George Turiccki England
262 Aidan Hallahan Republic of Ireland
280 Luke Stonehouse England
303 Gavin Botfield England
435 Paddy Curran Republic of Ireland
515 Gavin Pike England
602 Dale Fewings England
668 Kevin Stewart Scotland
914 Allen Cherry DMC
923 Stephen Emerson DMC
928 David Leech England
941 Ryan McClure DMC
943 Jason Devlin DMC
950 Wayne Woolsey DMC
959 Adam Best DMC
961 Tom Casey Republic of Ireland
976 Joel Richardson DMC
984 Sean Dynes DMC
988 Feargal McNally DMC
999 Pat Casey DMC

Lightning Rods 2017 European Championship sponsored by Corry Car Sales
7 Roger Dormer England
50 Ben Murray England
53 Colin Murray England
337 Ashley Birkin England
339 Ben Furness England
591 Reid Murray England
624 Rory O'Brien Republic of Ireland
630 Noel Hadden Republic of Ireland
679 Mark Gleeson Republic of Ireland
912 Martin O'Donovan DMC
914 Ally Neill DMC
916 Mark Corry DMC
917 Aaron Stewart DMC
918 Richard Stewart DMC
919 Stephen Hollywood DMC
920 Tim Hazlett DMC
930 Christopher McGirr DMC (Sun Only)
946 Adam McCann DMC
963 Mark McCambridge DMC
970 Scott Cochrane DMC
977 Jordan Rochford DMC
992 Vince Litter DMC
998 Dermot Tynan DMC

Ninja Karts 2017 National Championship sponsored by LJN Motorsport
7 Charlie Hardie Scotland
60 Bailey Millar Scotland
84 Robbie Armit Scotland
127 Lennon Grant Scotland
145 Rachel Kidd Scotland
186 Kasey Jay Jones England
223 Toby Partridge England
455 Lexi Finney England
600 Lucy Millar Scotland
612 Kyle Johnstone Scotland
742 Toby Parfitt England
743 Josh Parfitt England
809 Toby Tyson Scotland
910 Aaron Ward DMC
917 Lauren Berry DMC
924 Jack Morrow DMC
933 Sam Percy DMC
939 Stewart Hanna DMC
959 Ryan Berry DMC
962 Matthew Weir DMC
970 Odhran Monaghan DMC
974 Corey Stirling DMC
981 Rhea McConkey DMC
982 Curtis McConkey DMC
983 Lacey Bevan DMC
986 Josh Henderson DMC
988 Bobby Henderson DMC
991 Daniel Stewart DMC
992 Brandon Litter DMC

Other visitors across the weekend include 2 Ellie Dawson (England) in the 1300 Stock Cars and 928 James Morris (England) in the Stock Rods.
Added: 18/07/17

Friday July 21st
Aghadowey Oval Practice: 6pm - 9.30pm All formulas welcome (Priority to 2.0 Hot Rods, Lightning Rods & Ninja Karts) £25 Per Car.


Saturday July 22nd
Aghadowey Oval
Gates Open: 12 noon
2pm-3.15pm - Practice 2.0 Hot Rods & Lightning Rods
3pm: Drivers & Parents Briefing & Grid Draws for Ninja Karts in Scrutineering Garage
3.15pm-4.10pm - Practice Ninja Karts, ProStocks & Stock Rods
3.20pm: Drivers Briefing & Grid Draws for 2.0 Hot Rods in Scrutineeering Garage
3.40pm: Drivers Briefing & Grid Draws for Lightning Rods in Scrutineeering Garage
4.30pm: Racing Commences


Sunday July 23rd
Tullyroan Oval
Gates Open: 10am
12Noon-12.50pm: Practice (Priority to 2.0 Hot Rods)
1pm: Racing Commences


Admission Prices (Per Day)
Adults £14
OAP's £8
Children 11-16 years old £6
Children Under 11 Free

Added: 17/07/17

The latest points charts have been published for some of our formulae.

In the Superstox, reigning champion Denver Grattan continues to lead the Mk2 escort Shells & Spares NI Points Championship. He is clear of Stephen Stewart and Lee Davison who join Denver in the Superstar grade. Grattan also leads the race to qualify for the 2017 World Championship and the NIOvalTV Series after the recent second round.

In the Ninja Karts, Ballymena driver Aaron Ward holds a small advantage over recent form man Daniel Stewart in the ASC Cars NI Points Championship, with Sam Percy in third position. In the Bevan's Garage NI Points Championship for Reliant Robins Neil Martin continues out front as he avoids the carnage around him, with Mark McCartan and Haley Bevan next up in the standings.

Finally, after the second round of the MR Fabrications Challenge Series for Stock Rods, Ballymena stalwart Victor McAfee tops the chart ahead of Irish Open Champion Jonny Cardwell and World Champion Marc Morrell.

To view the latest points, click on 'Drivers' in the menu bar above, then 'Points & Grades' and then select the desired formula from the drop down menu. All drivers should note that their correct roof colour should be applied as laid down in their formula's Rules & Regulations. Checks will be carried out over the coming meetings and offenders may be forced to start from the rear of the field.

Added: 18/07/17

An entertaining evening at Tullyroan Oval on Saturday saw fourteen races across four different formulas. Annual Tullyroan Challenge Cup victories fell to Nutts Corner's Aaron Rainey in the 1300 Stock Cars and Bleary's Drew McKeown in the Junior Productions, whilst Banbridge ace Denver Grattan took the spoils in the second round of the Superstox NIOvalTV Series. The other final winner at the DRS Steel Buildings sponsored meeting was Portadown's Jordan Rochford in the Lightning Rods.

The rough and tumble 1300 Stock Cars produced some excellent action all evening, with the opening heat falling to Ballymena's Peter Greer from the blue grade, ahead of a great battle for second which went the way of Jon McQuillan on the line ahead of Thomas McCrory and Aaron Rainey. In the damp conditions of heat two Irish Champion Ivan Elliott took another good win in his new GRP car, even surviving a mid race caution period to take the chequered flag ahead of Michael Logan and McCrory.
Aggregate points formed the final grid, with Greer and McQuillan sharing the front row. McQuillan and McCrory contested the lead in excellent fashion once they got going, with Adrian McKinstry and Rainey joining in for good measure. The bumpers were put to good use, and at one stage they headed out onto the back straight four abreast for the top spot! McCrory got spun aside, and it was Rainey who got ahead when it mattered to take the Tullyroan Challenge Cup win from McQuillan and Peter Greer. If the final was good, the Dash For Cash to end the meeting was even better! Unfortunately for Rainey he took a hard knock early on to bring out the caution flags, before we were treated to an epic six car fight for the lead. Lap after lap McKinstry, Logan, Greer, McQuillan, McCrory and Elliott exchanged bumpers and the lead spot in what was quickly becoming one of the races of the year. Elliott was in the box seat as we entered the last lap, and as he went defensive heading to the final turn Greer and Logan came in hard behind him with the bumpers. Out of the melee Greer snatched an absolutely sensational win ahead of Elliott and Logan.

The local Junior Productions aces were joined by welcome Scottish visitor Cameron Willacy for his Ulster debut. Cameron and Callum Magill led them away in the opener, but Ballykelly's Matthew Nicholl was catching the eye as he quickly swept through to the lead. He took the first victory of the night over Adam Weir and Drew McKeown. Nicholl then repeated the dose in heat two, getting the better of a great dice with Gareth Halliday to take his second win of the evening. Graham Meek and McKeown worked their way through to second and third by the chequered flag.
Nicholl and Meek qualified on the front row for the final in somewhat damp conditions. Nicholl got knocked aside which would later see Weir penalised, as Meek and McKeown began a great battle for the top spot. Meek was favouring the wide line as he searched for grip on the slippery surface, but McKeown was able to slither under him to take up the running. Despite Meek's best efforts to come back, the Tullyroan Challenge Cup win fell to McKeown, with Ben Bruce impressing in third. The young drivers put on an excellent showing in the final in very tricky conditions indeed.

Another good showing of Superstox gridded for the second round of the popular NIOvalTV Series, with recent newcomer James Logan leading them off in the opener from the novice grade. He impressed by leading until past half distance, when Lee Davison powered through in his RCE machine to take the win over Irish Champion Denver Grattan and Logan. Logan led Gregg Hyndman in the second heat, before a lap seven caution period when oil on turn three saw a number skittle into the wall and retirement. At the resumption Davison made short work of the remaining laps to take the win and earn himself a rise to the superstar grade. Gary Grattan and Stephen Stewart filled the places.
Andrew Morrow and then Lee Johnston led the early charge in the final, with Johnston settling in ahead of Adam Lockhart out front. Davison was again on the move, tracked by a repaired Denver Grattan after his heat two trip to the concrete. Denver muscled his way past before Davison lost out when he tangled with Conor Murphy. D Grattan hit the front by slipping past Johnston three laps from home, taking the win ahead of Lee and Lockhart. Johnston also received a trophy from series sponsors NIOvalTV as top white/yellow graded car home. The night was rounded off by a Grand National, which saw Aaron McNeilly hold off the late advances of Denver Grattan to take a morale boosting victory.

Before the Lightning Rods has their opening race, the recently crowned World Champion Aaron Stewart was paraded to the fans to a rapturous welcome. It was wet as they took the green flag for heat one, but former British Champion Jordan Rochford was in tremendous form as he scythed through the field to take a super win over Irish Champion Richard Stewart and Ricky Shaw. It was great to see Tim Hazlett back in Lightning Rods action in a newly acquired car, as Vince Litter stamped his authority all over heat two. He took a commanding win ahead of Ally Neill and Mark Corry.
The final started on a wet track and was an excellent encounter, with a five way lead battle developing between Rochford, Litter, Scott Cochrane, Neill and Shaw. Rochford really had the bit between his teeth, as he superbly clung to the outside groove to relegate the pack and hit the front. Just as it looked all over bar the shouting, the track was beginning to dry, and dry fast. That brought Richard Stewart and Neill into play, having obviously opted for a set-up more suitable to the conditions now. Rochford just held on though for what was a great win, with R Stewart, Neill and Litter next home.
Added: 16/07/17

An entertaining Bank Holiday meeting at Aghadowey Oval on Thursday saw Ballinderry's Jonny Cardwell take the big win of the day as he was victorious in the second round of the MR Fabrications Challenge Series for Stock Rods. An entertaining, if somewhat controversial, Reliant Robins King of Aghadowey fell to Ballymoney stalwart Ian Bolton, whilst other feature race wins at the LJN Designs of Ballykelly sponsored meeting went the way of Garvagh's William McFaul (ProStocks), Portadown's Daniel Stewart (Ninja Karts) and Ballymoney's Steven Elder (Thunder Rods).

Gareth Bevan led the opening Stock Rod heat away, but he quickly lost out to Curtis Greer who stamped his authority all over the proceedings to take a clear win. Jonny Cardwell got the better of an intriguing fight with Victor McAfee for second. It was wet for heat two, and Cardwell went one better this time by taking a very impressive win over Greer, after Shane McMillan had been docked two places for late contact on Curtis. The final was the second round of the lucrative MR Fabrications Challenge Series, with a Yokohama race tyre up for grabs courtesy of series sponsor Michael Rodgers. Greer led them away and it developed into a high speed train lapping the circuit. Cardwell showed his intent a few times but it was going to be a very difficult pass, but then heartbreak struck for Greer as his car suddenly lost power and he retired. That left Cardwell clear out front, and he swept home ahead of McAfee and World Champion Marc Morrell, the latter sporting the gold roof on home turf for the first time.

The Reliant Robins rarely disappoint on Bank Holiday Aghadowey outings, and they produced the goods once again racing for their King of Aghadowey crown. Neil Martin took the opening heat win in some style, holding off a closing Ian Bolton on his return to action and Irish Champion John Stewart. Heat two saw a stoppage for a dramatic double rollover for JayJay McConaghie and Mark McCartan. At the restart Bolton and Stewart diced for the lead all the way home, with Ian taking the flag after John's late challenge saw him finish up on his side on the infield! As if in sympathy, Ian then rolled on the slowing down lap!
The King of Aghadowey final saw Bolton and Stewart dice for the lead early on, before John slipped ahead. He had some trouble with the backmarking McConaghie a few laps from home, before it all flared up again on the final lap. McConaghie unnecessarily got involved with Stewart, baulking John and ultimately taking him from the lead and a certain win. Bolton thus inherited the win and the King of Aghadowey title ahead of Martin, with Haley Bevan coming through for third.

The ProStocks produced three entertaining encounters, all after recently crowned British Champion Adam White was paraded to the crowd before racing started. Joe Largey, who is enjoying a great debut season in the formula, swept home to the win in the opener ahead of William McFaul and Karl Smyth, with White next up after the bumpers went flying in on the last bend. Heat two in the wet fell to Coleraine's Del McLaughlin, who led home McFaul and Largey.
Two runner up slots in the heats should have served notice of McFaul's intentions in the final, and after a very untidy start, especially from the star graders, he worked his way ahead of the pack. Mark McLaughlin went second but couldn't quite challenge McFaul who took a very deserved win, with Stephen Boyd in third.

The Ninja Karts field was boosted by two new drivers, as both Lauren Berry and Rhea McConkey passed their Junior Competence tests before racing and took their place on the grid for the first time. Rhea impressed as she went ahead in the opening heat, but the flying Sam Percy soon took over out front for a very good victory indeed. Daniel Stewart, fresh from his victory lap to celebrate his recent big Ipswich win, came home second ahead of Aaron Ward. The second heat was all about Stewart, who made a flying start from the red grade to quickly slot through into the lead. He took the victory in some style over Ward and Percy.
Lauren Berry made the early moves in the final, impressively leading the pack in her first ever meeting. Stewart once again however had the bit between his teeth in this one, racing home to his second win of the day over Ward and Irish Champion Stewart Hanna. Daniel thus earned a rise to the Superstar grade for his next meeting.

A competitive field of Thunder Rods once again produced some excellent racing, with Chrissy Dempsey taking the opening heat at a canter ahead of a huge battle for second which ultimately fell to Jason Darragh ahead of Gareth Robinson, the latter of whom made great strides on the outside line late on. After some post race technical checks, the second heat went the way of Andrew McLean in the wet ahead of Irish Champion Samuel Montgomery, whilst the feature race final fell to the returning Steven Elder after a great drive, with Robinson and McLean filling out the top three.

The Bank Holiday Caravan Destruction Derby started with David McKinnon entertaining by demolishing everything in his path until his Volvo expired. The rapid Hyundai of Brian Johnston looked good until he too went out, leaving Joe and Hailey McFaul to battle through the carnage. Hailey came out on top to take a popular and deserving victory.
Photos with thanks to John Wolsey
Many thanks to our meeting sponsors, LJN deSigns of Ballykelly. Tel: 07742 480456
Added: 14/07/17

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